What Size Conduit For Electrical Wires
What Size Conduit should I Use for my Electrical Job? How to Select the Correct Conduit Size for Electrical Wires.
Selecting The Right Conduit Size for Electrical Wires
Electrical Question: I have 4- #10 THHN 2-#12 THHN going 15ft non metallic liquid tight flex to hot tub and yes 1 of the # 10 is a ground.
- Can 1 use 3/4 or 1″ liquid tight flex?
This electrical wiring question came from: Frank, a Contractor from New Jersey.
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How to Select the Correct Conduit Size for Electrical Wires
- You will find the National Electrical Code Table 310-16 on the electrical wire page using the link below.
- Selecting the right size conduit is essential to maintain the permitted amount of conduit fill for proper heat dissipation and to avoid electrical code violations and maintain the best wiring practices.
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